Disney Parks Travel Tips

A visit to the Disney Parks is something which is fun for the young and the young at heart. Where you can let your imagination soar and forget about the outside world. Let’s face it, you know that a trip to Disney will entail spending a lot of time queuing up to enjoy the attractions, […]

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The future of Self Service Check In

Over the past few years we have seen the introduction of self-serve check in kiosks at many airports, which allows passengers to check-in, print off their boarding pass and bag tags before dropping it off at the bag drop desk. That however may be on the verge of change. What’s Happening A number of airlines […]

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The 10 Best Places to Eat in Los Angeles

Today’s post has been written by Kassidy Davis, who is sharing ten of the best places to eat in Los Angeles. As you might know, LA is a city which I have been fortunate to visit quite a bit. Now I have another excuse to return, simply to try out these dining establishments!     […]

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An Evening Event at the British Airways i360

I recently had the opportunity to attend a private event at the British Airways i360; a unique vertical cable-car attraction located along the bustling seafront in the city of Brighton and Hove. I thought I would share my experience with you and delve into why the i360 is a great venue to host a party or […]

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JetBlue Vacations’ office souvenir range reminds us why we need to take a vacation

The popular online booking website Expedia recently conducted a survey which indicated that 91% of adults feel some of their best memories in life come from taking a holiday, which I wouldn’t argue with. JetBlue Vacations think that this is very important and I do too. In the modern day where we all seem to […]

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Business Travel: Making the most of your time in Los Angeles

For me, Los Angeles is a huge metropolis sprawling with a sense of wonder and adventure. With distinct “neighbourhoods” and probably the most diverse foodie culture I’ve ever seen.             I’ve had the opportunity to visit the “City of Angels” a number of times over the past few years; and each […]

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Is Premium Economy being devalued by ancillaries?

Over the past few years, a number of airlines have introduced a number of paid-for propositions for Economy passengers. Such features include the opportunity to purchase an “enhanced” meal in the region of £15 to £22 which is served on china and features stainless steel cutlery. We already know that many airlines offer the option […]

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Hotel Review: Anaheim Marriott

I recently stayed at the Anaheim Marriott during a short work-trip and today I'd like to share my experience with you. On previous visits to the area, I've stayed on-site at the Disneyland Resort or in Los Angeles; so I was excited for a new experience. Built in 1981, the Anaheim Marriott is a large […]

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Destination Guide: Beverly Hills, California

Last year, I enjoyed a couple of days exploring the iconic city of Beverly Hills - recognised as the home and playground for the rich, the famous, and those who just want to be seen. Being in my early twenties, I was a little apprehensive of visiting the area alone - but there was no […]

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How to save on food and drink at the airport

Depending on your travel routine, the chances are you’ll most likely want to grab a coffee and a little something to eat before you fly; which can often take quite a chunk out of your wallet… not really ideal when your holiday is only just beginning. I’ve always noticed a premium price on food and drink […]

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